• False Value

    False Value

    Aaronovitch, Ben

    (FICTION) "Latest installment in the cheeky and compelling Rivers of London paranormal police procedural series. "--Lauren

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  • A Long Petal of the Sea

    A Long Petal of the Sea

    Allende, Isabel

    (FICTION) "A sweeping saga, told in graceful language, about two young people – an army doctor and a sheep-herder – who flee the Spanish Civil War and immigrate to Chile, where they begin new lives."--Paige

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  • Spirit Run

    Spirit Run

    Álvarez, Noé

    (NONFICTION) Born in Washington State to Mexican immigrant parents, Álvarez began packing apples alongside his mother at a young age, won a full scholarship to college, then dropped out to join a Native American/First Nations movement called the Peace and Dignity Journeys, months-long marathons aimed at re-creating connections across a North America that transcend current political borders. - Library Journal

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  • We Ride Upon Sticks

    We Ride Upon Sticks

    Barry, Quan

    (FICTION) Almost 300 years after the town of Danvers, Massachusetts, hosted the infamous 1692 witch trials, a new coven rises to power.--Kirkus

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  • Becoming Duchess Goldblatt

    Becoming Duchess Goldblatt

    (NONFICTION) How does a fictional character write a real memoir? Very, very well.--Kirkus

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  • The Vanishing Half

    The Vanishing Half

    Bennett, Brit

    (FICTION) The talented Bennett fuels her fiction with secrets—first in her lauded debut, The Mothers (2016), and now in the assured and magnetic story of the Vignes sisters, light-skinned women parked on opposite sides of the color line.--Kirkus

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  • Beyond Survival

    Beyond Survival

    (NONFICTION) "Seattle's own Lambda Award-winning writer and organizer Piepzna-Samarasinha is co-editor of this multi-genre volume, which looks beyond the 'criminal justice system' for responses to violence and systemic inequity."--Bean

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  • Nature Obscura

    Nature Obscura

    Brenner, Kelly

    (NONFICTION) "A local author sheds a light on the tiny creatures living right outside your front door. Fascinating!"--Abby

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  • Solutions and Other Problems

    Solutions and Other Problems

    Brosh, Allie

    (NONFICTION) "For the love of self care, mental health and hope, Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh, her delayed and much anticipated sequel to the popular Hyperbole and a Half of 2016. Really, her journey of self discovery/loathing/acceptance and friendship, peppered with loss, animals and awkwardness, is relatable to many of the introspective odysseys most readers have been on this year."--Hannah "was anxiously awaited by my entire family, from my 6yo to my husband. Allie Brosh's ability to tell a heartbreaking story in one chapter and follow it up with Surprise Poop in the next is amazing."--Jessica

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Dirt

    Dirt

    Buford, Bill

    (NONFICTION) "The New Yorker writer moves his family to France so he can learn why French cooking is the envy of the culinary world. Witty, self-deprecating and candid."--Frank

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